Hello, I created a few simple apps using the software 'processing', I'm going to shortly be getting an android(Iphone) and i wanted some help as to how I upload apps onto the Iphone. I found this information on the processing website
however, I read that it has a couple bugs. I just want to know if i follow the instructions on there would I be able to upload an app I created through processing onto my iphone.
I've also been following the instructions posted above but when it gets to android mode i get this message:
" To build for Android, select “Android” from the drop-down box in the toolbar (by default it reads “Standard”). This places the current editor window into Android mode. To show you that you've now entered a new world, the window will also get a lot more green.
The Run and Export features change a bit in Android mode:
Run in Emulator - preprocess the current sketch, create an Android project, and run (debug) it in the Android emulator.
Run on Device - the same as Run, but run on a device (phone) that's attached by USB.
Export Android Project - creates an 'android' folder that contains the files necessary to build an APK using Ant.
Export Signed Package - same as export, but creates a signed version of the 'release' build for the market. (not yet implemented, coming soon)
(As of 0193, these are thankfully no longer called Run, Present, Export, and Export Application.) "
which one would i have to chose. These instructions are kind of difficult would anyone be able to help a brother out and guide me through these instructions and or give me easier instuctions to follow because I don't have enough background knowledge to execute my idea. I'm fairly new at this.
You can't run Android apps on an iPhone I think. =)
What does "android(iphone)" mean? What device are you getting? If it's a Google device you only need to install the USB drivers you get in the SDK download tool. If it's another manufacturer you'll probably need to download and install the drivers from that manufacturer.
To run on the phone you'll use the menu "sketch", not the visible "play button".